Hi Folks, Any suggestions on this one? I passed the card through to a VM, reinserted the drives and found a failed disk. The 1st post on this topic seems a bit outdated. There is one thread that states this bug, cannt find that thread in my bookmarks. Powered by Trac 1. ONE hard disk is attached with windows 7 installed but I disabled it in bios boot order while installing esx.

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I cant remember what it was. Management and reporting tools 3. I guess the drives are showing now in your BIOS? Hosting sponsored by http: This tool comes from LSI. Yes, my password is: An opensource reporting tool named mpt-status has been developped.

mptsas load errors when trying to install XenServer 6.5

Open a ticket online for technical assistance with troubleshooting, break-fix requests, and other product issues. For example, last year I plugged in a Promise IDE Controller and was suprised i didn’t even had to install a driver to get it working. Indeed, in the bios I see all four drives, and GB. ONE hard disk is attached with windows 7 installed but I disabled it in bios boot order while installing esx. I got a bit further! An opensource monitoring software exists, as well as a proprietary management tool called lsiutil.


It might nptsas loaded and the card recognised. I have set up many vms at a time and it runs smoothly. Has anyone seen this behavior before?

LSIFusionMPT – HWraid

However don’t expected verbose output. We experienced several disks failure on MPT SAS controllers and mpt-status always reported the failure and status changes.

In most case, your controller ID will be 0. It also complains “hardware virtualization is not a feature of this processor – but as per this thread this is a bug”.

In both cases On or Offit fails to detect hardware virtualization. Please enter a title.

I have a later version, so no luck i guess. It boots fine and seems to be running smooth.

Stuck at the Loading module mptsas screen

Not Ready [current] Mar 13 Registered with Fusion MPT base driver mptctl: Any ideas mptsaas to resolve this? I had this issue in my lab.

The packages comes with an initscript that periodic run mpt-status to check status. Also, have you solved the issue with it not seeing virtualization? It was been sitting on this step for over 2 hours before I rebooted it.


Check the logs at boot i. Despite it seems that no real upstream development exists for this tool, it works fine and is reliable.

I have limited experience with this kind of mpstas, so I don’t know what the different “names” for the controller signifies–if anything. I’m fairly new to linux and so far I’ve never had any problems when plugging in new hardware.